Washington Redskins camp observations: No drama - ESPN
There's no drama. Certainly for the team, that's a good thing. Last summer it was mostly about Robert Griffin III's knee with an undercurrent of tension between head coach Mike Shanahan and Griffin. Now? It's Camp Love. A fresh start and approach after a 3-13 season has been welcomed by all. The energy in practice is different, in part because there's a more physical approach.
Washington Redskins rookie report: LB Trent Murphy - ESPN
As for his eyes, Murphy pointed to this as the one thing he wants to improve. He knows where the eyes must be, but he’s still struggling to always look at those spots. The result? He’s seeing too much. "When you’re seeing everything than what’s right in front of you, it gets blurred," Murphy said.
RICHMOND—Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, July 29, nine days before the Redskins open the preseason against the Patriots. Nickel coverage News, notes, and quotes from Day 5 of Redskins training camp.
The Washington Redskins’ defensive unit had its ups and downs last season, but after adding some key pieces, it hopes to be more consistent overall in 2014.
Now eight months removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL and LCL in his left knee, Hankerson, the Redskins wide receiver, still has no idea when he'll be medically cleared to rejoin his teammates on the practice field.
Coming out of the weekend of the 2013 NFL Draft, many lauded safety Bacarri Rambo as a great value pick for the Redskins in the sixth round. But when the lights came on and the observers who mattered began making their evaluations, Rambo's star fell about as fast as it could have for a rookie handed a starting job from Week 1.